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NEWS OF THE SPORTING WORLD
GETTYSBURG PREPARING !
FOR BUCKNELL GAME HERE!
Coach O'Brien Directing Efforts This
Week Toward Big Game on Is
land Park Grounds Saturday Aft
ernoon—Supporters Expect Victory
Gettysburg, Nov. 9. —The result ot'
the game with .lolins 'Hopkins at Balti
more on Saturday showed a complete !
return to form by the Uettvs'burgians.
Time and time again large gains were
made through the Baltimore team,
which seemed helpless ibefore the swift i
attack of the 'battlefield bo vs. K.verv '
play was executed as if it. was a one
man machine and showed that the work
of the coaches during the past week
■was successful. The play against
Johns Hopkijis was like that demon
strated against Penn State in the earl
ier part of tne season. <'oach O'Brien!
■will now direct his attention to the f
Bucknell game, which will be played
at. Harrisburg next Saturday.
The work planned for the coining
week will be most streuuous for. the
c oaches and the team. Xothing will be
left undone which would help perfect
The Gettysburg machine. livery play
will be practiced in detail and tried
o\ er and over until the coaches a;*'
satisfied. While the majority u
< oach O'Brien's time will be spent in
instruction of the liucr points. .... II
scrimmages will plav u very important
part in his program. Then. too. a mini
!>er of new t'oiniatioiis will be practized
by the baltflefielil eleven which Ih* \
Itope to use successfully against Buck
The team at present i* in the best
physical condition, except Ma ha flic and
Mercej-. Both of these men were in
.iired in the game with Fordham. How
ever, it is expected that the week's
i est will be of benefit to then) and that
they will be in good condition for the
f.anie at the capital city next Saturday.,
The management has decided to
] lace on sale Wednesday reserved scats
for the game with Bu.'knell at Harris
Uitrg. These tick :ts can be purchase I
:il the store of <l. Harry Messei'sinith.
l!i cause of the increased demand for
scats from supporters in the suronnding
towns, the management has deemed it
a'dvisable to reserve an extrs: liiiin'jc,
<>:' seats to a •cumtnodaie ill who may
DARTMOUTH NOW IN LEAD
Ei° Green Eleven Passes W. & J. iu
Kace for High Scoring Honor
Dartmouth assume.l the lea i in the
race for high score honors among the
large college elevens, by virtue of her 1
6s to (I victory over Tufts, on Satur
day. and now claims a grand total of
27S points to her opponents 2'-. Bob'
Kolwell's Washington and .1 cftersou
team dropped into second place, mak
ing only thirteen points against Pitts
burgh, with 242 points, against their
opponents 27, Michigan's large score
against Penn placed her in undisputed
possession of third place, with 220:
Michigan's opponents have collected 10
iu the same time.
Cornell continues to hold fourth
place, but has now passed the two cen
tury mark, with 205. Tufts, though
blanked by Dartmouth, is fifth, with
204. Pittsburgh held firmly to sixth
place, with 180. Vale leads the Army'
by one point for seventh place honors,
with 159. Bucknell trails along with
157 points, for ninth position. Syra
cuse's 152 points gives them tenth
place, while Harvard follows in elev
enth position, with 151 points. Lehigh'
i- twelfth in the list, with 140,
Washington and Lee is the real lead
er. with 2!)9 points, but the weakness
of her opponents keeps her out of the
race. Lebanon Valley has an excellent,
scoring machine, having accumulated'
227 points, but these were mad.'
against inferior elevens, their showing
against the big teams being decidedly
weak. Penn and Princeton are away
town in the ranks. Penn has scored 77,j
while their opponents have counted 56.
Princeton has tallied 7:; against th c op- j
[Kisition's 16. In six games Dickinson
has scored 46. while her opponents |
have run up 273 points.
The llumnielstown High school bask-j
etball team has organized for the sea !
'on and a schedule of games is being
arranged. The manager, Truman tassel,
Wishes to hear from the managers of
Seams whose weight averages 120
CENTRAL AGAIN LOSES 10
STEELTONJCH 13 TO 0
Harrisburg Team Shows Better Than I
in Previous Games and Outplayed
Winners in First Hall—Fumbles
and Poor Judgment Lose Game
Central llijth lost its secoud game
in the ,o:tnd robin series to Steeit.ni
High schoo. Saturday afternoon by the
acoiv of 13 to 0. Central is now
tically elimitiaced trom ehanipionsnip
honors, although a victory front Tern
on Thanksgiving Day would change
the season 's record some. ,
Without Rote, the team did no: nave
a fast broken tield runner, but showed
,i lighting spirit and played much bet
ter than against the Blue and White
two weeks ago. Tue result of two
weeks coaching showed in the lirst halt
but after that Central seemed to go to
pieces and the very play that amounted
to nothing in the tirst half went
through Central High tor a score in the
I" lie players fought every inch of
the way, not a figurative ligat either,
as slugging in the line could be seen
in almost every scrimmage and once
in the last period the teams threaten
ed to go; into a general light but this
was piewntoil by some 01 the <-ooler
heads on siotu teams and the oftirials.
Rote and Norris were in a mix-up and
for it were banished from the game.
Two things stand out prominently in
the gauie, tirst, fumbling by both
Ttam~. it being more costly to Central
High than to Steelton. and second, the
|iooi work of the referee, who several
times used poor .judgment in giving
the ball to a team after a play. The
referee, however, punished the Central
High rooters properly. The balll was
in Steelton's possession on the Harris
burg side of the tield and the Harris
burgers made so much noise that the
signals could not be heard aud the ref
eree gave Harrisburg a penalty of live
The referee to the contrary notwith
standing, fumbling aud poor judgment
lost Central High the game. After
several disheartening fumbles Central
High started a rush l'or Steelton's goal
from the forty-yard line anil Bingham,
Sineltzer, Hout/. and Roth bored theit
way through Steelton's left for gains
until the ball was to the eight-yard
line, where Hout/ lost it to Steelton
on a fumble. The remainder' of he
<jiiai'ter tiie ball was iu Central's pos
session. The local school failed to take
advantage of the Steelton's left side
which was crumbling under attack.
The ball see-sawel baek and forth
in the second period, neither team be
niji able to make any consistent gain.
Bingham was tripped on a play and
had to retire and Diffeubaugii was
tuken from the line and played at half
back, where he demonstrated some line
plunging abilities that counted in Cen
Zeigler, playing in Rote's place lost
the kick-off and Crump fell on the hall
and Steelton taking advantage of this
| break made its rM score. L'sing a shift
that did not get very far in the first
Irii the Blue and White team pushed
the bail over the line. Hupp scoring.
Central kicked -and again Steelton
rushed the ball down the tield, making
:i necessary gain in one instance on a
forward pass. The whistle blew end
ing the period on the play that sent,
the ball over and the score was not
allowed. On the first rush in the last
quarter Davhoff took the ball over the
line for the score. Xorris kicked the
goal. Central began a savage attack
now with all to gain, but a fumble by
Hid'en bach lost the advantage. The
ball was in the center of the field when
, the game ended. Smeltzer. Rote. Bing
ham and Lynch played best for Cen
tral High while Dayhoff, Gardner and
Hupp played star games for Steelton.
The line-up and summary: >
Winn L. K Keim
Byers L. T Wren
Smucker L. G Morrett
Nissley C Norris
Dift'enbach . . . .R. G Levitz
Black R. T Crump
Lynch R. E Eckenrodc
Hout/. Q. B Rupp
t Rotli L. 11. B Gardner
Bingham R. 11. B Dayhoff
Smeltzer ...... F. B Wolf
Substitutions, Steeltou, Cotiklin for
Wolf, Phillips for Rupp, Crawley for
Morrett, Morrett for .Norris, Rupp for
Phillips. Central, Diffenbach for Bing
! ham, Zcigler for Diffenbach, Selheimer
for Sineltzer, Sineltzer for Zeigler,
Baker for Selheimer, Zimmerman for
j Smeltzer. Zeigler for Roth. Referee,
< raver, Dickinson. Umpire, Hitehler,
i Dickinson. Linesman, Goldstein, Dick
inson. Touchdowns, Rupp. Dayhoff.
Goal from touchdown, Xorris. Time of
quarters, 12 mjuutcs.
Wife—l want to go into that store
I for curiosity.
Husband—l didn't think you'd ever
i ruu out of that. —Philadelphia Ledger.
JTARRISBURG STAK-INDEPEXfiEXT. MOXT>A¥ 'EVBKIXn. NOVEMBER 9. 191+
ACADEMY WINS DECISIVE
VICTORY FROM YATES
Saltzman Buns Fifty Yards for First
Touchdown After Intercepting a
Yeates Forward Pass—Final Score
Is 12 to 0
The Harrisburg Academy team won
decisively over tlie Yeates school, of'
Lancaster, Saturday afternoon on the
Academy field by the score of 1- to 0. j
The Lancaster team was no match for;
Coach Taten's eleven and the game was '
even more decisive than the score 1
Academy kicked. The first period
the play was mainly in Yeates territory :
with the ball in possession of the Har-I
risburg team most of the time. For-i
ward passes did not gain much for |
cither team and both teams gave up the j
pigskin on uowns. Soon al'ter the start
of the second period a Yeates forward
PHSS proved their undoing, Saltzman (
took the ball, broke through th ( . Lan
caster team and ran fifty yards for a I
touch.town. Hollar missed the goal.
After that neither team was able toj
make any decisive gains and Saltzman \
again intercepted a forward pass audi
turned the tide of battle Harrisburg-1
wards. Saltzman threw a forward to K.
Bennet who ran for the second touch '
down. Hollar again failed to kick the \
goal. The ball was Harrisburg's dur-j
ing the greatest part of the remainder I
ot' the game but losing it on forward
passes kept them from scoring. A punt-1
ing dual ended the game. The lineup]
J. Hart LI! Rucker
Hat-lac her LT 11. Smith
Hoke L G Pearsall
Wallis C Brodhead
W. Bennet .... K G A. Burt
White 8 T Keen
R. Bennet R K Hiestand
Holmes y B Sdiroeder
Jennings L H B Claxtou
Holler R H B ...... Crouer
Saltzman P B Scovel
Touchdowns. Saltzman, R. Bennet.'
Substitutions, L. Hart for .1. Hart. Kef-j
eree. Johnson, Bucknell. Cuijii c. Tatem,i
Randolph-Mai on. Head linesman. E.!
Steelton and Tech Fives Will Meet |
Lower County Team
Basketball games with Tech and j
steelton are on the Mnldle.owu Hwli
s.-hool five's schedule, which has just
been announced Games are pending
\\ ith Central High. The schedule ar-
tanged so far follows:
I'riday, Jauuary 1, Heading High, at I
Saturday. January 2, Lebanon High, j
I'tiday, Jauuary S, Steelton High, at '
Saturday, January IC. Lebanon '
High, at Lebanon.
Friday. January 2a. Teoli High, at
I: riday, February o. I'ech. a: home.!
Saturday, J-cbruary 13, York Collegi
ate H; York. ' j
l'i'iday, February 2, Steelton High,
Opening Basketball Game of Season on
The Harrisburg live opened its sea
son Saturday nigh, with a \ i. Tory over
the lloi kwood team, of Philadelphia, b\-
t'he score ot 12 to 27. The game was
played in the Armory and a large
crowd was present, Buumbaek played
Harrisburg s best game. The lineup:
Harrisbu rg. Roc k wood.
Kroii'l, I-' Heiman
L'aumbaiigii .... (•' McGreagor I
Haddow C Martin j
Bovles (i Kussel I
Atticks . G Auderson j
Field goals, Krout. 4: Brumibaugh, 2; !
Iladdow, Atticks, 2: Soufbier. Me-'
Greagor, 'I; Martin. 2: Heiman. B'oul
goals. Bauml.augh. H of 21; Martin,
13 o,' 22. Referee, Geisel. Sorer, i
Kulp. T mer, Regan. Time of halves, !
TECH SCRUBS ON TOP
Defeat Enhaut A. C. By the Score of j
the score of 34 to 0, M-ellville starred,
hauit A. C. Saturday afternoon on Is-:
laud Park 'before the 'varsity game by
The Teth s(u..bg defeated the F.n-
Te.-h Scrubs liuhaut
McC'urdy L. K Kunhert
MiiFariand L. T . . . .13. Dickey
Colt L. G Woodhead
s'bellenbergei .. .« H. D'ckev '
Fisher R. G Still. !
Little R. T 'R. Mefka i
Mellville I!. K S'iepp
Killinger O. B C. Cooper j
Fra«.h 1.. H. B. .... Hit mm el 1
Wolfe R. H. B W. Metka :
iMell T. B R. Cooper j
Touchdowns: IMellville, 3; I'ras h, <
Yoft'ee. Goals from touchdowns: Mel- j
vilie, 3; I hallenger. Referee, l ook,
Dickinson. tlnvpre, Grub'u, Lehigh, j
Head linesman. Mjllit, Penn State. |
Smbrtitutions- Tech, M'Hler for Mell, i
Yoft'ee for Loh; Kuhaut, Hoover for!
DP. KLUGH, Specialist
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(firiilnbrd. Work luarnutrfO. <b*rKn |
i!K yenrs' experience,
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I Kddie Mahan. Harvard's sturdy cap
I ;iin. is now considered one of t!«' bes:
! iiekers in the country. His mighty
| Hints have been a bijc '-letor in all of
Lebanon Valley Easily Wins From I
Middletown. K5 to <l—Penbrook
Tikes York Into Camp
j Auu \ i I If. Pa.. Nov. 9.—Middle
] town's foonball team went 1o pieces on
! Saturday afternoon, losing to t'he Leb
| nnon Valley aggregation by a score of
ISS to 0. The lineup:
Lebanon Valley. Middletown.
! K»W I. K Titus
1 Bollinger L T Cingerieh
j Bachnian LC Arnold
Wenrich r Snyder
! Suavely R ( Lutz
j Loorais K T Kurtz
1 Keating K K Suavely
1 Larew (,) B . . Brant
! Donahue LHB Brysons
IV\ heelock .. . KH B Russel
I Jaeger F B . Group
I Touchdowns, Wheclock, '.J; Donahue,
,": Jaegei, 2: l-arcw. 2; Looinig, 1;
j\V alter, I; Race. 1. Heals from
touchdowns, Keating, 7; \lackeit, 2;
Unites. I. Substitutions, tor Lebanon
I \ alley, Alarkowit/. for Loo-mis, -Morri
son for Keating, Walters for \Vheelock,
j Race for Larew Mack'ert for Holling
| er, Kolffor Donahue, Orabil for Wen
rich, Be.'htel t'or Ba-chnian; Middletown,
j Bowman for Russel, Shaefer for Ar
nold, Clesenhant for Lutz, Lutz for
Shaefer, Shaefer for Suavely, Suavely
I for Brandt. Shaefer for Lutz. Referee,
I Appenzeller, l'niversitv of 'Pennsylva
! uia. Fmpirefl Swart/., Lebanon Valley.
| Head linesman. Stickel. Timekeepers,
j White and Flannigau. Time of quar
ters, 10 minutes.
Penbvook, sSO; York, 7
j York, Nov. 9.—The 1 'enbrook A. C.
won easily from Ihe Bethany A. C.
: here yesterday by a score of 26 to 7.
Cox and Uarmau's line plunging was
j the bet: seen here this seasjn, while
j Shuey and Rollers did great open lield
! running. The lineyp:
Huber I. 14 Whipe
i Atticks 1. T La.rkins
j Keily L (j . . Shellenberger
i 14. took C Heilman
| Hawk-ins KG Amnion
i bt. Clair II T Barton
i S. Cook U K Clrover
| tellers IJ B Hodgson
, Shuey R H B Conway
• Cox LHB F.mbler
Carman !• B .Say re
Touchdowns. Zellerg, Hhuey, 3;
Sayre. Coals from touchdowns. Shuey,
2; Conway. Referee, Oeise. Umpire,
' Shearer. Time of quarters, 15 minutes.
Camp Hill, 1H; Mosrow, 13
Camp Hill High school won from the
Mosrow Club, of this city, on Saturday
at Camp Hill by a score of IS to 13.
| The lineup:
Mosrow. Camp Hill.
I Eiler L 14 .... Armstrong
; Thomas L T ...... 14. Miller
| Vellos ........ L 0 Zeigler
, Patterson C „ . White
| Stevens K 0 Soukes
i Beck R T Border
i Froelich K 14 Cooper
| Cole Q B ......... (jood
j Molt/. LHB ilillearv i
I A. Miller R II B Bell
May F B Stevens
Touchdowns, May, Thomas, Ilillearv,
|2; Bell, (ioal from touchdowns, Cole.
I Referee, Keller. Umpire, Wouderly.
. Headlinesnian, Beck. Time of quar
ters, 15 minutes.
Hershey, :*«; East End, O.
Hershey, Nov. 9. —The Hershey
eleven played the East End. of Harris
: burg on the Hershey gridiron Satur
' day, winning 3 6 to 0. Ma lone, Bordner
and Slesser were the noteworthy play
| era on the home team and Hollands for
: East End. The lineup:
! East End. Hershey.
i Feu row EE Komig
' Blougli L T .. Holliogsworth
| Schick ley I< 0 Sullivan
1 Oscar C Eusminger
I Hollands It t> Tobias
Fagan II T .... Zentmeycr
i Furman RE Bryson
Campbell Q B Magee
j Hoppes It H B Malone
j Shaeffer LHB Bardner
! Brenn F B Slesser
Oberlin, 25; Keeners, 0
Although slightly outweighed the
j Oberlin A. C. won easily from the
Keeners at Oberlin Saturday afternoon.
, score 2o to 0. The lineup:
I Oberlin. Keeners.
Cash man L 14 Barber
I Susky I. T Michaels
' Straup I< C ....... Mctiill
T Y V Y Y TTT T T~"r T T ▼ FT "r T y <r <r .
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► HARRIS BURGS POPULAR DCPARTIIENT STORK i\
k' < '
: Important One-Week Events :
: Merode Underwear A Clean-up Sale of ;
► Selling Week —November 9th PctpCfS <
: to 14th All This Week
► These are (latest obe carefully noted, as Whi)(j dreßHing up t|le lloUie foj , wi|lt J
y 011 these days will be held the annual offer- ! VO ii may want 1o make the wall paper liar
► ing of Women's and Children's Underwear nionize with new furniture or carpets. To I
, from new and complete stocks of this noted builders oJ new houses, as well as hotel and * i
rau( j | apartment house owners—this is your oppor- <
j tunity to secure high grade wall papers at a 4 j
The acknowledged worth of Merode I'nder- j fraction of their regular prices. <
wear is such that il may be purchased on Mail orders will receive careful attention, < j
* sight with the assurance of satisfactory wear, j am ' estimates lor contrad work will lit*
K for every garment represents twenty-five given. As for our free booklet ;
► .. .. , ' I containing detailed computations for all room
years ot conscientious endeavor on Ihe part j measurements < '
id Ihe makeis. lna t ( .| ie( ) combinations sold only with * I
y We have in stock a representative selec- borders. i I
Hon that will meet the demands of the most 1 C/' roll; papers worth 18c. 25c and 30c. < ;
critical, and as an extra inducement for you Desirable patterns suitable for any 4 j
lo become better acquainted with our In- room in the house, including florals, self- < :
► denvear Department in general, we have tunes, stripes and tapestry designs. In the
y arranged the following special offerings— 1 lot are some imported papers, and some have
y this week only. j cut-out borders to match. *
► Merode Vests, Drawers and Tights, at 35<* 10c : Y ol ' t ' l I ~ 0( ' - s l ,l,, '" lui assortment. \
y —the regular price is 50c. Extra sizes are 1 oatmeal papers; -id inches wide.
50c regularly 75c 1 hey are non-rading and alkalin proof. Cut- j
!► ■ | out borders and decorations to match. <'
!► Union Suits at 75^ —the regular price is r °ll; worth 12'/.>c and 15c. Manv pat- h
► $1.00; extra sizes .at SI.OO, regularly $1.3.">. j y terns suitable "for bed rooms living i
" This is one of our best numbers, made of ! !' ot ?! lls ' t } iui^' I , ' 0,,,n 1 s - parlors and reception
I ► the finest bleached White American combed j ~ ' <*nt-oul borders, 9 and
► cotton in seasonable weights. Our salespeo- inches wide.
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. formation about this Hand-finished I 'nder- kitchens and bed rooms; good, clean |
wear. patterns; 9-inch borders to match. j
r First Floor —BOWMAN'S. i Fourth FIoor—BOWMAN'S. < !
Lancaster's Favorite Brew
JNO. G. WALL, Agt.
Harrisburg, Pa. Frank J. Rieker, Mgr.
G. Young (J Williams'
Wise KG Schuller j
Aungst R T Goodyear |
Miller RE •■■ . . big j
Janson Q B E. Keener'
Hanshue HUB (Juinblerj
Me Young .... !J H B Much!
Stepp P B ... Gohii, Capt. J
Touchdowns, Mc Young, Jan-|
son, ('ashman. Goals from touchdowns,|
McYoung. Referee, ,1. Janson, 11. 11. 8. j
I'mpire, Vinger, S. H. S. Mead lines !
man, Livingstone, Yale. Time of iiuar-,
ters. 10 minutes each.
Elizabethville, 38; Highspire, 0
Elizabethville, Nov. 9. — Elizabeth-j
ville High won easily from the High-j
spire A. C. here Saturday without trou
ble, score 32 to 0. The lineup:
l«enkar L E Wolfe j
IJhler liT Chubbj
Leutz L G Thompson i
Keet'er C Hoak |
S. Keefer It G Williams j
Martin R T Hook
Gallagher .... RE N'elson
Zicgler . Q B Ruth
Botts L H B .. Diffenderfer i
Oke R H B Sides j
Weaver F B Watke^
Touchdowns. Ziegler, 3; Oke, 2. Goals;
from touchdowns, Zieglev. 2. Referee, j
McGiaughlin, Elizabethville. I'mpire,
Wilson, Highspire. Timekeeper, Weaver,'
Harrisburg Academy. Head linesman,
Tschopp, Lebanon Valley. Time of quar-|
ters, ten minutes each.
Belmont, 24): Fairmount, 0
Belmont kept up its winning streak \
Saturday defeating the Fairmount club ;
of York, by a score of 20 to 0. Long-1
neeker played Belmont's best game
while Bauin did Vork's best work. The i I
Belmont. York (
ljooker L. E Stough
IJmholt!! L. T Billmeyer
Hendricks ...,L. G Walker
Hoover C beitch
McNeal R. G Dollmeyer
Filling R. T Hantz
Black R. E . yuickelj
Ijongnecker ... .y. B Kayler |
Schreinef . . . .L. 11. B Baum ;
Umholtz R. H. B Walton'
Basehore F. B Shenk j
Touchdowns, Basehore, McXeal, I'm-j
holtz. Goals from touchdowns. Schrein-j
er, 2. Referee, H. Madenford. Umpire, I
D. Madenford. Bucknell. Time of
periods, 8 and 10 minutes.
All Scholastics Win Easily
Pen-brook, Nov. 9.—ln a hard-!
fought game Saturday afternoon the j
l'enbrook All-Scholastics won from j
Enola A. C. by a score of 2o to 0.
Cooper, Bobbs. Novinger and Zeigler .
did the local's best work, while Mc
Coombs and Armstrong played best for
Enola. The line-up:
Penbrook. Enola A. C.
Gearv L. E Bitting
Nagl'e L. T Hinkle
Koomes L. G. . .. I. Garvorich
Guinpher C \dams
Florv R. G E. Shields
CLEVER KID ACTOR AT THE
COLONIAL THIS HALF OF WEEK
Here's a little fellow who is almost,
as clever a .juvenile performer asj
vaudeville boasts of. With Ins pa audi
his ina, and his sisters and brothers,!
he is to present an amusing comedy j
sketch, "Billy's Santa Clans," at tboi
Colonial the first three days of the!
Garniau R. T. .... Armstrong i
G-arverich ... .K. 10 Muti.lt!
Zeigler Q. • B Melntyre !
Cooper IJ. H. B Walters
Bobbs R. H. B McCoombs
Shields I\ B Myers
Substitutions. Gumpher for Koomes,
Moore l'or Gumpher, Ivoous for Plory,
Novinger for Shields, Shields for Gar
verich. Touchdowns, Bobbs, i'; Zeigler,
Cooper. Goal from touchdown, Bobbs.,
Referee. Harris. Head linesman, Nov
ioger. Umpire, Hinkle.
"Is there any truth to the assertion
made by scientists," asked a young
man recently, "that when a inan and
a woman have lived together for some
time their facial characteristics assume
The man to whom the question was
put was supposed to be a scientist, but
he chose to regard the question in a
"There most certainly is." lie re
plied. "I know a liinn who married a
widow, and she was constantly remind
week. The playlet has a moral to H
too. for Billy's Santa Clans proves ti
be the little boy's father returned ami
reunited with the family he deserted
when Billy was a baby. Kver since the
Colonial has been running its new pol
icy the shows have been excellent.
; ing him of her first husband.''—New
| York Tribune.
One of the most beautiful doorway,
in the world is that of Magdalen col
liege chepel in Oxford university. It
is the west door leading into the chapel
and is of Tudor architecture, with the
i statues of five saints placed in niches
| over the top expense. Visitors must
j remember that Magdalen is pronounced
Maudlin college bv the English.
True to Traditions
They reached their seas just as the
fourth and last part of the movie play
was thrown upon the scdeen. "Oh,
goody " exclaimed the girl delightedly!
"It's just like turning to the last chap
ter of a story first to see how it comes
out.'' —Boston Transcript.
Friend—Do you get more for a poem
! now than yon did twenty years ago!
Poet (sadly) Ves. As f get older I
| can't defend myself so well. —Chica-